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Double Monk Straps under $200?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by dieselman89, Jun 2, 2012.

  1. Snedley

    Snedley Well-Known Member

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    Why don't you post your real pic Chump.You've never bought a NEW shoe in your life and have no taste.
     
  2. rikod

    rikod Well-Known Member

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    Yes they are, and that horrible fat vamp across the shoe is hideous imo just like the 2 buckles. Remember that the ugly part is just my personal opinion (based on experience, not in pictures) so nobody have to agree with it. But the over hyped part is not an opinion, it's a fact, everybody want the damn fugly things.
     
  3. MyOtherLife

    MyOtherLife Well-Known Member

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    You're right I never bought a new shoe. I buy them in pairs.
    For a new member you're quite rude. You remind me of.....nahh...couldn't be..... I wonder how many times you've been banned from here before. It won't be hard to have your IP address checked.
    If I were you, I would start being very nice to everyone around here.
    Back to the OPs question....please suggest a double monk strap under or around $200.
     
    Last edited: Jun 3, 2012
  4. Stirling

    Stirling Well-Known Member

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    Yes taste is subjective, but the fact that you gave in to the hype or even perceived hype demonstrates weak character.
     
  5. TM79

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    That's cold.
     
  6. emc894

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  7. Stirling

    Stirling Well-Known Member

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    Why?

    He has repeatedly expressed his vitriolic feelings toward DMs but has also confessed to purchasing a pair because of groupthink.
     
  8. Stirling

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  9. fritzl

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    it's not debatable but subjective.
     
  10. rikod

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    Last edited: Jun 6, 2012
  11. Needsmoreshoes

    Needsmoreshoes Well-Known Member

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    I love double monks - they are a classic that has sadly jumped the shark. I look forward to them moving slowly back into obscurity so I can wear them without feeling like I'm some sort of hype victim.
     

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